The board-certified physician, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and registered nurses at Aura Skin Spa help to halt the sands of time with FDA-approved technologies and aesthetic services. They glide high-intensity alexandrite and YAG wavelength lasers over dermal layers, which deliver cease-and-desist letters to hair follicles and sculpt comely silhouettes with SmartLipo MPX treatments. A range of skin services including microdermabrasion allow the crew to exfoliate and moisturize fa?ades until they glow more than a radioactive lightning bug.
Using FDA-approved lasers, LaserWorks Laser Center?s licensed staff puts an end to days spent plucking, shaving, waxing, or vacuuming away unwanted hair. Their Cynosure Elite laser targets the melanin??of pigment??in the hair follicles, and gently heats and destroys the root to prevent hair regrowth anywhere from several months to several years. Though the treatment won?t damage skin, some discomfort may occur, and most patients compare the sensation to a rubber-band snap.
In addition to caring for patients' health at her clinic Le Pavillon Garries, Dr. Rosetta Garries harnesses her medical skills to transform her guests' appearance at Tiffany Elle Esthetics. At the med spa, which is housed within her medical practice, she and her staff beautify guests with a lineup of noninvasive treatments, many of which work to reshape the body, including radio frequency skin-tightening treatments and ultrasonic fat-reduction sessions. The team also helps combat the signs of aging with chemical peels and injectables such as Radiesse and Botox, and aim their laser beams to rid bodies of unwanted hair, tattoos, and unidentified orbiting objects.
Though medically-minded in its approach and effectiveness, this beauty-oriented branch of her clinic is also designed to completely immerse clients in tranquility, providing what Dr. Garries calls "the ultimate oasis in a busy metropolis." Soft music lulls guests into serenity as they're engulfed by panoramic views of the skyline, and plush leather couches comfort guests as they discuss their prospective treatments.
De Lis Salon & Spa's staff stands unified in their belief that beauty is an art that relies on vision, detail, creativity, and technique. To that end, they take painstaking care with all of their services. Take Erick, the salon's master colorist and color correction specialist; he approaches his craft by combining his client's needs with his own vision, thereby creating a look that's both customized and universal, modern and timeless. That's how it goes with all the professionals here?the hairstylists, skincare specialists, and eyelash technicians. They see their work as a collaboration with the client, and combine artful sensibilities with clinical technique to turn out hairdos that reflect each person's own character and the height of their ceilings. The space itself is at once warm and upscale: burnt orange walls and polished hardwood floors with jet-black styling stations interspersed throughout, and fresh flowers breathing life into the space. De Lis's staff favors products from respected brands such as Moroccanoil, Saryna Key, and L'Or?al.
Jehr Schiavo does things his way. The celebrity hairstylist has carved his own path in the beauty industry, inventing new looks and butting heads when necessary. The result? Press in the New York Times, and a page in Allure that, in his own unapologetic words, "features my absurd one thousand dollar haircut."
At the beginning of his career, Jehr could not have predicted his future success?he claims that he barely graduated styling school. From there, though, he went on to style musicians such as the Talking Heads and the B-52s during his apprenticeship. Later still, he styled the inaugural Lollapalooza, and went on to rack up client names from Blythe Danner to Lou Reed.
As eye-popping as these credentials are, Jehr casts himself as a simple artist without extravagant tricks or blowdryers that lay golden eggs. He views his job not as a means to perfect beauty, but as a way to illustrate his clients' character through a very specific medium: their hair.